Became the first Sun Devil to play on four NCAA Tournament teams.
Finished her Sun Devil career No. 6 all time in three-point field goal shooting percentage (.376) and No. 12 in assists with 309.
2008 Pac-10 Defensive Honorable Mention
2008 Pac-10 All-Academic Second Team
Earned the team's "Hustle for the Muscle" award, which is given to the squad's most outstanding practice player.
Had a near 3-to-1 assist-to-turnover ratio (30-11) over the last 14 games of the season.
Made 52.3 percent of her three-point fields goals (23-44).
Scored a season-best 12 points on 4-6 shooting, including 2-2 from three-point range, in ASU's win at Oregon State (Jan. 5).
Scored 10 points, connecting on three of five field goal attempts, including 2-3 from beyond the arc, and had three assists and two steals at Cal (Feb. 14).
Made a season-best three 3-point FGs and scored nine points in final home game of career vs. Washington (Feb. 24).
Tied her season best with 12 points in ASU's Pac-10 Tourney quarterfinal win over Washington (Mar. 8). Connected on a pair of three-point field goals in the final 3:14 to help seal the win.
A 35-game starter, Pariseau finished second on the team in both assists (3.0 per game) and steals (1.3 per game) and was one of five Sun Devils who shot 75 percent or better (75.0) from the free throw line in helping ASU set a new single-season school record for three throw percentage (75.1).
Earned Pac-10 Academic Honorable Mention honors for the second consecutive season.
Concluded the regular season ranked No. 2 in the Pac-10 in assist-to-turnover ratio.
Turned in an inspired effort in ASU's 67-49 Sweet Sixteen win over Bowling Green (Mar. 24). With Briann January not medically cleared to play because of a concussion, Pariseau was the only healthy true point guard on the roster. She responded by scoring five points, grabbing four rebounds and dishing out a season-best seven assists while tying a career-high with 34 minutes played.
Scored a career-best 15 points on 5-of-7 shooting in ASU's 83-74 loss to Tennessee (Nov. 19).
Recorded six assists in ASU's season-opening 87-60 win over Nebraska.
Scored 10 points and grabbed a season-best five rebounds in ASU's 73-65 overtime loss vs. Stanford (Jan. 27).
One of three players (Emily Westerberg, Kristen Kovesdy) to start every game in 2005-06, Pariseau finished second on the team in steals (38) and three-point field goals (23) and tied for third on the team with 79 assists.
Had one or zero turnovers 18 times in 32 games.
Pac-10 Academic Honorable Mention.
Named the team's "Sparky Award" winner. The award goes to a player who "Sparked" the team throughout the season.
Scored a season-best 11 points and also had four rebounds in ASU's 77-67 win at Oregon State (Feb. 9).
Dished out a career-best eight assists with only one turnover and scored five points in ASU's 73-61 win over (then) No. 18 New Mexico (Dec. 6).
Played in all 34 games (18.9 minutes per game) with one start.
Averaged 3.4 points and 1.8 assists per game.
The co-winner of ASU's Academic Award at the year-end banquet.
Was second on the team in three-point percentage (.364) and third on the team in free throw percentage (.780).
Made 4-of-5 three-point FGs and scored 14 points vs. Prairie View A&M. (Nov. 27).
Scored 11 points with three treys in ASU's Jan. 14 win at No. 19 UCLA, and turned in a career-high four steals Dec. 27 at Washington State.
Averaged 2.0 assists and 2.0 steals per game in NCAA Tournament action.
Grabbed a career-best five rebounds in ASU's Pac-10 Tournament semifinal win over Oregon on March 6.
A 2004 graduate of Central Valley High School in Veradale, Wash, where she led the league in scoring at 17.3 points per game and earned first-team All-Greater Spokane League honors.
Was the MVP of the Greater Spokane League in 2004, and named to the Seattle Times, Associated Press and Washingtonpreps.com all-state first teams.
Earned first-team all-tournament honors after leading Central Valley to a seventh-place finish at the 2004 4A state tournament.
Played in the Washington/Oregon All-Star Game, and was a McDonald's All-America nominee.
Captained her basketball team as a junior and a senior, earning second-team all-league honors as a junior.
Helped Central Valley to a runner-up finish at the 4A state tournament in 2003, averaging 10 points, 5.3 assists, 3.3 rebounds and 2.7 steals a game.
Played her first two years of high school at Brewster (Wash.) High School, helping Brewster to the 2001 1A state title and a third-place finish in 2002.
Earned second-team All-Caribou Trail League honors as a sophomore and was an All-CTL defensive team selection as a freshman
Earned four letters in basketball, three in soccer and two in tennis.
Played tennis for two seasons at Brewster, earning first-team all-league honors as a freshman and a sophomore.
Played on the Spokane Stars AAU team, coached by Ron Adams, which won the BCI national 15-and-under title in 2001 and was the national runner-up in the 16-and-under tournament in 2002.
Earned her degree in kinesiology in May 2008.
Daughter of Dan and Candi Pariseau of Liberty Lake, Wash, has three sisters: Nicole (22), Danika (17) and Grace (14).
Comes from a basketball family - with her father, grandfather and great grandfather all involved in coaching.
Her cousin, Danny Pariseau, was a point guard at Santa Clara University.
Her uncle, John Pariseau, played point guard at the University of Puget Sound.
Her great uncle, also named John Pariseau, played basketball and baseball at the University of Washington, where he was inducted into the Husky Baseball Hall of Fame and spent most of his career coaching AAU men's basketball teams. John also serves as the AAU national sports chair for men's basketball.
Enjoys hanging out with friends, shopping and going to concerts.
Born Aug. 18, 1986 in Wenatchee, Wash.
Full name is Reagan Lea Pariseau.